Friday, 3 August 2012

Church group on a 21 days walk in Kenya to preach peace ahead of poll.

By Our Reporter

A church group under the umbrella of Christian Shalom ministry on Friday,August 03 began  a 21 days walk to preach peace ahead of next year's general election.

The walk started from a suburb in Nairobi called Githurai Kimbo and will end in Busia county approximatley 450 Kilometres from the capital.The 23 participants include Pastors,Evangelists and intercessors.
One of the participants Reverend Joseph Ngugi said they have partnered with both the regular and administration police to enhance their security throughout the walk. The group had the first stop-over at Nairobi county offices and will address members of the public at Nakuru,Kericho,Kisumu and finally a peace rally in Busia town.'

'We are determined that we will make it. We are appealing to Kenyans to observe law and order before,during and after the general elections.'' Said Ngugi. The group does not have a sponsor and are appealing to Kenyans of good will to support them with food,water and accommodation. Nairobi county governor aspirant Lee Muchiri and deputy traffic boss Samuel Kimaru wished the group a safe journey.Peace Forum Journal wishes the participants a safe walk.

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